Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1982

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Teaching took time, talenti ‘| learned to be patient, " said Elizabeth DeKovic, tra work went into teaching a class, " said Elza- » " and that is something that can be used any- beth Hotchkiss. " It really makes you appreciate qs where.” your own teachers.” | " In numbers the class was small (only six first se- ‘This year's cadet teaching class was full of tal mester) but maybe that was because of al the ent. They taught classes ranging from an art class time and effort that went into cadet teaching,” to a class of elementary-age children with im- DeKovic said. paired hearing. Many of them will probably not go into teaching, but there are so many other impor-4 Mrs. Rose Wilcox s cadet teachers only took tant benefits from the program, " commented? classes at Ames High in the morning or in the after- Mrs. Wilcox. noon. The rest of their education was received in another kind of classroom, a classroom w here READ THIS. Elizabeth Hotchkiss helps Kirstin Anderson and Mark i learning was done through teaching. Urick complete homonym worksheets. She was a cadet | | teacher at Fellows Elementary School in a sixth grade class | never realized how much preparation and ex- during the first semester. — d " a STITCH IN TIME. An art student receives instruc- | SCHOOL DAYS. Karen Jennings assists Ryan 7 tions from Carla Stevens about quilting. Carver in completing his reading worksheet. 26 Cadet Teaching

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MAKING MUSIC. Members of a beginning ballet class at Robert Thomas Dancenter dance to Tim Rood's piano accompaniment. Variety Of JOOS OBES RANG Pas. provided cash s ee CMM cveryboay needed spending T =! bm mw " TY " theta 4 biis DI - money. oc sTruaentTs received all of the help that they needed financially from their parents, Dur many Ames High students were forced to - | APF I -— " m - A BAV. | seek employment in the community to supple- (t | | " " " n c i ` -. “m " , z d 7 A T. T " — S o — ys . t s ` l - — 4 — i | + " . d s m Ei Aa» wt CF - " - ) = N i 3 " ims ` : . G " . - " - P 4 s " a " , , " i m . jtm i. T ee ` i iJ WE E | W 4 - s ! 24 x - b " 7 Grocery stores and fast food restaurants em- | d rhe majority of those who worked. " There jare a lot of high school people that l've gotten FAVORITE FLAVORS. Kendal! Seifert takes orders at the Close to. said Joni Swenson, who worked at Ran- | 01 Tee i d North Grand Baskin Robbins, Gas. IT sfun TOI meet s so many different types of where 31 flavors were avail- peopie who se com ng Dack and caring about able every day. COLLECTING CASH. Toy Fair employee Judy Kleinschmidt mans the cash register during a Saturday shift. A good number of students turned to North Grand Mall when looking for work. The 56 stores there offered many opportunities. stil other students let their talents and lifestyles dictate what kinds of jobs they considered. Ho- -gan porn worked part-time as a teacher for ISU gymnastics coach Ed Gagnier at the Ames Gym- Inastics Club . Tim Rood also used his talents to gain work. He took a job at Robert Thomas Dancenter where he played piano accompaniment for ijgance students pee si Jc ENS were s so busy they couldn't fit reg- ular jobs into their schedules. " | could work out Iwitho A having to worry about going to work,” isaid Dave Pa ME who worked part-time at Ames Home Improvement, even during track season. | My boss let me have the hours off as long as we igot the work done.” Money 25



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